Israelis split families in response to terrorist attack

THE Israeli Government has reportedly revoked 83,000 permits for Palestinians in the West Bank to visit family members in Gaza, in response to a terrorist attack.

Four people were killed and six wounded in the attack on a cafe in Tel Aviv by two Palestinian gunmen disguised as Jews, Israeli media reported. One of the gunmen was arrested and the other wounded.

The revocation of the entry permits was only one of the measures imposed by Israel.

The easing of security for Gaza Strip residents during Ramadan has also been cancelled.


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